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authorHugh Dickins <hughd@google.com>2011-08-03 16:21:19 -0700
committerLinus Torvalds <torvalds@linux-foundation.org>2011-08-03 14:25:22 -1000
commita2c16d6cb0e478812829ca84aeabd02e36af35eb (patch)
tree7803a522da5deee7ce753dc5404dca01f42aa176 /mm/swapfile.c
parent6328650bb4d854a7dc1498d1c0048b838b0d340c (diff)
downloadlinux-a2c16d6cb0e478812829ca84aeabd02e36af35eb.tar.gz
mm: let swap use exceptional entries
If swap entries are to be stored along with struct page pointers in a radix tree, they need to be distinguished as exceptional entries. Most of the handling of swap entries in radix tree will be contained in shmem.c, but a few functions in filemap.c's common code need to check for their appearance: find_get_page(), find_lock_page(), find_get_pages() and find_get_pages_contig(). So as not to slow their fast paths, tuck those checks inside the existing checks for unlikely radix_tree_deref_slot(); except for find_lock_page(), where it is an added test. And make it a BUG in find_get_pages_tag(), which is not applied to tmpfs files. A part of the reason for eliminating shmem_readpage() earlier, was to minimize the places where common code would need to allow for swap entries. The swp_entry_t known to swapfile.c must be massaged into a slightly different form when stored in the radix tree, just as it gets massaged into a pte_t when stored in page tables. In an i386 kernel this limits its information (type and page offset) to 30 bits: given 32 "types" of swapfile and 4kB pagesize, that's a maximum swapfile size of 128GB. Which is less than the 512GB we previously allowed with X86_PAE (where the swap entry can occupy the entire upper 32 bits of a pte_t), but not a new limitation on 32-bit without PAE; and there's not a new limitation on 64-bit (where swap filesize is already limited to 16TB by a 32-bit page offset). Thirty areas of 128GB is probably still enough swap for a 64GB 32-bit machine. Provide swp_to_radix_entry() and radix_to_swp_entry() conversions, and enforce filesize limit in read_swap_header(), just as for ptes. Signed-off-by: Hugh Dickins <hughd@google.com> Acked-by: Rik van Riel <riel@redhat.com> Signed-off-by: Andrew Morton <akpm@linux-foundation.org> Signed-off-by: Linus Torvalds <torvalds@linux-foundation.org>
Diffstat (limited to 'mm/swapfile.c')
-rw-r--r--mm/swapfile.c20
1 files changed, 12 insertions, 8 deletions
diff --git a/mm/swapfile.c b/mm/swapfile.c
index 1b8c3390724..17bc224bce6 100644
--- a/mm/swapfile.c
+++ b/mm/swapfile.c
@@ -1924,20 +1924,24 @@ static unsigned long read_swap_header(struct swap_info_struct *p,
/*
* Find out how many pages are allowed for a single swap
- * device. There are two limiting factors: 1) the number of
- * bits for the swap offset in the swp_entry_t type and
- * 2) the number of bits in the a swap pte as defined by
- * the different architectures. In order to find the
- * largest possible bit mask a swap entry with swap type 0
+ * device. There are three limiting factors: 1) the number
+ * of bits for the swap offset in the swp_entry_t type, and
+ * 2) the number of bits in the swap pte as defined by the
+ * the different architectures, and 3) the number of free bits
+ * in an exceptional radix_tree entry. In order to find the
+ * largest possible bit mask, a swap entry with swap type 0
* and swap offset ~0UL is created, encoded to a swap pte,
- * decoded to a swp_entry_t again and finally the swap
+ * decoded to a swp_entry_t again, and finally the swap
* offset is extracted. This will mask all the bits from
* the initial ~0UL mask that can't be encoded in either
* the swp_entry_t or the architecture definition of a
- * swap pte.
+ * swap pte. Then the same is done for a radix_tree entry.
*/
maxpages = swp_offset(pte_to_swp_entry(
- swp_entry_to_pte(swp_entry(0, ~0UL)))) + 1;
+ swp_entry_to_pte(swp_entry(0, ~0UL))));
+ maxpages = swp_offset(radix_to_swp_entry(
+ swp_to_radix_entry(swp_entry(0, maxpages)))) + 1;
+
if (maxpages > swap_header->info.last_page) {
maxpages = swap_header->info.last_page + 1;
/* p->max is an unsigned int: don't overflow it */